The ceiling-height corner window grouping is a key feature with cedar wrap that gives it a more natural and refined look and matches the exposed ceiling beams. A metal cube chandelier compliments the combination of updated and rustic style used throughout the space. Sage green walls keep the room calm and light while adding color.
The living room was updated with fresh wall paint in sage green and new hardwood flooring. The ceiling-height corner window grouping, which had given the home a dated look, now becomes a key feature with new cedar wrap that gives it a more natural and refined look.
In this transitional living room, a quartet of tufted armchairs stand in for a more traditional sofa-and-chairs grouping. The light gray wall color, which suits any design style, bridges the room's classic and contemporary furnishings.
Soft gray walls and cheerful pops of yellow, orange and blue help this transitional living room feel bright and welcoming. A thoughtful grouping of sofa, ottoman and numerous chairs provides ample seating when guests arrive.
This living room, featured on HGTV's Property Brothers, is decorated with a mirrored end table, modern style chair and a grouping of framed photos on the wall. A metallic lamp with drum shade provides the illumination.
A minimalist color scheme brings a light and airy quality to this living room, while a grouping of four cozy chairs creates an intimate seating area for conversations. Sheer gray draperies are hung right below the molding to heighten the room and add softness to the windows.
A white brick fireplace serves as a visual anchor for this eclectic living room, that mixes bright colors and metallics for a bohemian chic look. The purple rug helps unify the furniture to create a conversational grouping.
When the design team couldn't find a coffee table large enough for the living room, they created a custom-sized table by grouping two industrial-looking tables made from rebar and used glass for the top.
An eclectic grouping of artwork creates a colorful gallery wall in this midcentury living room and also pairs nicely with the rug. Neutral and wood furnishings help ground the space and prevent the design from feeling too busy.